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Companies and Government Should Play Different Parts During a Hack, Experts Say

Samantha Ehlinger, San Antonio Express-News / February 21, 2018

How Airplane Crash Investigations Can Improve Cybersecurity

Scott Shackelford, Professor, Indiana University / February 21, 2018

AG Jeff Sessions Launches Cyber Task Force on Elections Interference

Denis Slattery, New York Daily News / February 20, 2018

North Korea's Growing Criminal Cyberthreat

Dorothy Denning, Professor, Naval Postgraduate School / February 20, 2018

Debate Over Voting Machine Replacement Continues in Ohio

Jim Siegel, The Columbus Dispatch / February 16, 2018

Intel Bets on Bug Bounties to Catch Chip Flaws

Rex Crum, The Mercury News / February 16, 2018

Alabama Launches Cybercrime Lab to Meet Growing Online Threat

Carol Robinson, Alabama Media Group / February 16, 2018

Connecticut Secretary of State Moves to Shield Voter Data

Ken Dixon, Connecticut Post / February 15, 2018

'Cryptojackers' Hit Government Websites: A New Flavor of Hacking, Courtesy of Third-Party Code

/ February 15, 2018

Most States' Voting Tech is Outdated, Without Replacement Funding

Alan Greenblatt, Governing / February 15, 2018

As Midterm Elections Near, Officials Struggle to Shore Up Voting Systems

Evan Halper, Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times / February 14, 2018
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